The leaves are changing color, temperatures are dropping and Christmas is coming. This is traditionally the time that families have their portraits made. Because of this, we are now offering our annual family portrait sale. For just $250 we will photograph your family and print your favorite image into a 16×20 wall portrait. This is a saving of $200 over our regular pricing. You will also receive 10% off all gift portraits. We can photograph you at your home or other outdoor location of your choice.
Expect us to also photograph different groupings and individuals of your whole family. The session will be fun for everyone. Don’t wait. This special runs until the end of 2017. Call today to schedule your session.
Patrick is in his last year as a Theatre major at Regent University. Regent has an outstanding Theatre program, both at the undergraduate and graduate level. We frequently provide actor head shots for students at Regent University. Many have gone on to successful careers in acting and performing.
Patrick is originally from Raleigh, North Carolina. He will be graduating in the spring. Before that time you will be able to see him in many performances at the University. After graduation, Patrick is planning on returning to the Raleigh area. I’m sure people there will be able to see him in local performances. I expect after a short time, he will move on to bigger and better roles. As you can see from these images, Patrick has quite a range that will help land some exciting roles in theatre and cinema. Be sure to see him and other Theater Arts students during performances at the Regent theater this season.
If you are an actor or performer, your head shot is your most important tool to land roles. Don’t settle for anything but the best professional head shot photography. A professional head shot will get you the roles that you want. You want to stand out to the casting directors. Call us today to schedule your session. We offer student discounts.
Hurricane Maria was a terrible storm. Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands were leveled by it. Fortunately, by the time Maria reached our latitude, she had weakened and stayed offshore. The results for our area were higher than normal tides, rough surf, and blustery winds. Conditions like this are unusual. We decided to take advantage of it to create these amazing images of Jessica. We first did a fashion look. The gown caught the wind making beautiful lines in the fabric. After that, Jessica went to one of her dance costumes, also with a flowing skirt. In this case, we both went into the surf which became a challenge trying not to get knocked over by the powerful undertow. Cameras and salt water don’t mix. We finished with a long flowy length of fabric that mimicked the color of the surf foam and a few photos in the nearby dunes. We both had so much fun on this shoot. I hated to see it end.